Video Editor: Abhishek SharmaAhead of 2019 polls, medical infrastructure is one of the voters’ main demands in Shillong. Every election, citizens are promised better healthcare but that’s a promise which hasn’t been fulfilled so far.“The government is not doing anything. There is no hospital here where I can get my treatment done. All I want to ask the government is ‘Kya hua tera vaada?’”Mahmood Ahmed, Salon OwnerPM Modi, ‘Kya Hua Tera Vaada’ of Reviving River Ganga?“I have thyroid, uric acid, infection in my kidney and even a stone in my kidney. I was examined by doctors here, but no doctor was capable enough to provide any treatment. I had no option but to travel to Delhi to get treated.But I’m fortunate that I could get some treatment as I could afford to travel. There are many who cannot travel to other cities for treatments,” Ahmed said.“For the poor, it is very difficult to travel to cities like Delhi, Kolkata or Chennai. Poor people don’t have the money to get treatment from another city. Doctors here are equipped to treat small kinds of illnesses. But for kidney-related problems, you need to travel to another city. So people need to think twice before going to another city as they don’t have money.”Harish Thakur, Salon EmployeHarish who works in the same salon says that the government needs to provide us with good hospitals, so that a person does not need to travel to Bengaluru and can get treated here.Kya Hua Tera Vaada: ‘No Vikas’, Says UP Village Boycotting Polls We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.